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chills up my spine. >>> on a lighter note, an emotional reunion for our "today's" wedding bride and groom. jeremy has served the past seven months in ago. last night, finally, he and melissa were reunited here in new york. we'll chat with them and unveil the wedding gown and tux she selected for their big day, which is fast approaching. >> happy for them. >>> let's begin with the results of the final primaries before november's midterm elections and what they mean for both parties. we'll talk to christine o'donnell about her surprise victory in delaware in just a moment. but first, kelly o'donnell has the latest. kelly, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, meredith. well, the tea party has toppled conventional wisdom again, and here in delaware, the result is both shocking and convincing, because it wasn't close. the most popular republican in the state, mike castle, he is out. democrats are suddenly very excited and o'donnell says, don't count her out in a fight to get the seat that joe biden held for 36 years. >> ladies and gentlemen, the people of delaware have spoken. >> re
. eating or personal grooming or talking on the cell phone. and because of that, their driving is not where it should be. >> on the training course, police use reporters to drive it home. to simulate the impact distraction can have on driving, i set out on a course that might recreate a small residential street or parking lot. the officer was shotgun. it wasn't long before the first text arrived. >> if you just read to it me out loud. >> it says, got it. next distraction, a call tame my passenger is giving directions. >> hi. it's julie. >> head straight down the straightaway. >> yeah. >> we're almost -- >> okay. i'm sorry? >> we're almost at a complete stop. >> the trouble is i'm supposed to be going 25. last challenge? reading directions to a caller while navigating cones. i almost made it. the officers say the kind of driving i just did is exactly what they will be watching for. they see a car that is braking for no apparent reason, they're going to get up and look and see what that driver is doing. if they're doing something that is causing them to be distracted, they will stop and ticke
. should the city just butt out. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. >> conservatives are in dc for the values voters summit . candidates for the presidential election. joining us is ralph, author of the confirmation. >> good to be with you. >> news out of the value's voters summit and the findings of the straw poll, you will announce those this afternoon. which candidate has the most moment snum >> mike huckabee won that straw poll going into 2008. he has a lot of support there. sarah palin has a lot of support. mitt romney was there . a number of candidates who were there . we'll see who -- what will happen. straw pos don't predict the nominee. what they do, do, and can do and you saw this with mike in the last cycle it shows who has the grass roots momentum. i will be watching and my advice to conservati
'll tell you next. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. jon: right now the scene at is prepping for an important vote on the military's controversial "don't ask don't tell" policy. the effort to repeal the ban its facing a big hurdle today. republican senator john mccain a war hero threatens a filibuster and supporters of the bill say they might not have the votes to override it if he does. shannon bream is live on capitol hill. how could this possible filibuster play out today, shannon, what is expected? >> reporter: jon, you know if democrats want to block a republican filibuster they have to get to 60 votes. when the democrats caucus they get 59. we are talking about main senator susan scholar insurance. she favors the repeal of "don't ask don't tell" but she took the florida with an impassioned plea saying l
border. i have been up to groom lake. if we secured it the way they did -- it has been done. it is old technology. we could stop the illegal crossings except at the ports of entry. it is a defined plan on my website. i seem to be the only one who has won that physically stop it while giving a disincentive for people to come here illegally. that is key to -- to stop putting a tub of honey in our front yard and telling the bears across the street they cannot add any. -- cannot have any. people are going to come where the opportunity is. this whole 1070 thing has become a very racist attitude of the people who are saying i support it. terry is right. it has nothing to do with immigration. >> larry, your ideas on 1070? >> it is agreed. it is a frustration bill. people are frustrated with the real issue of the border and what is going on. it has hurt us in perception nationally and it has hurt tourism. to say it has not hurt us is not true. the issue is what we do about the bigger picture, the border and securing it. even a further step back is what is the cause of why so many people want t
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